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post #801 of 1032 (permalink) Old 12-13-2012, 02:08 PM
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Innova large puppy and cooking chicken livers, yams, etc. to make 'stew'
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Im feeding Diamond Naturals Lamb and Rice large breed puppy, plus mix in deer burger sometimes and raw knuckle bones for treats occasionally. Oh and can't forget her morning farm fresh egg!

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I feed Fromm. Jazzy gets rotated between the different flavours of their Four Star line of grain free kibble, Delgado eats their LBP but will be switching soon to the Four Star grain free as well. It will be nice (and cheaper) to have them on the same food

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post #807 of 1032 (permalink) Old 12-21-2012, 09:25 AM
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For my GSD pup Science Diet Large Puppy mixed with Halo Spot's Stew. I'll finish the current bag of SD and totally switch her over to Halo so all 3 dogs will eat the same food. My senior dog that has digestive issues eats cooked rice and chicken breast mixed with green beans or carrots mixed with 1 cup of Nutro LID Grain Free Fish and Potato.

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post #808 of 1032 (permalink) Old 12-21-2012, 12:04 PM
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Thumbs up A winning diet!

I fed Abady with fresh human grade 80%/20% hamburger. My experience with the rolls of beef such as those fed in greyhound racing kennels has too much inert materials like charcoal and IT STINKS! The beef I use is raw, and requires rotating wormers bi-monthly. Broods get the same with canned fish and eggs, I also supplement with fish oil, and human maternity vitamins to guarantee to availability of micronutrients, and oil if coats look dry. I try to avoid chicken after I lost a very valuable Irish bred greyhound brood to a stray needle bone that punctured her intestine and a lung.

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post #809 of 1032 (permalink) Old 12-25-2012, 08:32 PM
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I apologize if this has been asked/answered here a thousand times, but what do you think of Orijen Puppy food?
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post #810 of 1032 (permalink) Old 12-25-2012, 08:50 PM
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My dogs are on Orijen right now, they love it and their coats are amazing on it. I'm hoping to try their freeze dried food when my store starts carrying it. They used to be on Honest Kitchen which is also amazing but Ollie seemed to prefer kibble so that's when I switched them to Orijen.

I'd love to feed them raw but my husband isn't on board with that and we do not have enough space to feed four dogs raw or space for a freezer. Though I do give them Primal raw meats from time to time, well except for my Pom... Gave him a teeny tiny bit of raw meat and he was up all night throwing up(he has a very sensitive stomach) so no more for him, lol.

They also get Primal raw bones from time to time too although it really grosses me out and they are banished to their kennels when they get them.

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